Workers dump dead body to SR Nicholas offices

Construction workers at a teachers training in Mchinji  marched to Mchinji district hospital mortuary to get a dead body of a colleague who died Wednesday and dump it at the offices of their bosses.

This follows the refusal by SR Nicholas, the contractors, to refuse to offer transport to take the body to his home, Chiradzulu.

The police tried in vain to mediate but the angry workers were adamant and pressed on for the 20 kilometre journey.

SR Nicholas company officials refused to comment.

But one of the workers who outed for anonymity said their colleague fell sick suddenly on Wednesday and went to a Catholic run hospital where he died.

However, his employers were  refusing to take the body to his home in Chiradzulu, saying this was the responsibility of his relations.

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Gracioum Pensulo
Gracioum Pensulo
3 years ago

Alwaz rich people focus on their wealthy not healthy

Apumbwa
Apumbwa
3 years ago

Koma anthu atopa…….hold on change is coming

spell checker
spell checker
3 years ago

Have worked for S R Nicholas and yes they have such tendencies of not taking the death of their employees serious. Construction workers sacrifice so much for so little compensation. And this is not the first time such has happened at SR Nicholas

mugabe
3 years ago

The company is right but that’s what happens when dealing with savages. People should learn to save for their future.

Malemu Daniel Phiri Wa Muthali.
Malemu Daniel Phiri Wa Muthali.
3 years ago
Reply to  mugabe

save for the future my foot, a Mugabe mwazina lanu kunyasa nkhope ngati Mugabe amene, don’t you know that every Company even Domestic workers when they die it is the responsibility of the Employer to take care of at least transport and coffin for the deceased? Be Patriotic Mugabe, don’t ever call your Fellow Malawians Savages ever again.

Henry
Henry
3 years ago

Mugabeyu ndichisirudi chamunthu

Mphatso
Mphatso
3 years ago

Depends on contract agreement boss Kaya mutukwana or musatukwane know the facts

Phudzi
Phudzi
3 years ago

This happened today Thursday not Wednesday

M D
M D
3 years ago

zoopsa

Karim Mbava ya Chimwenye.

MALAWI IS ON A TICKING TIME BOMB. PEOPLE ARE TIRED.

ndatopa
ndatopa
3 years ago

They did a great job anthu amenewa. Ma Company ena ndiozunza anthu, amamukonda munthu azingowagwirira ntchito koma akafa olo akamadwala safuna kuthandizapo. Anthu otere ndiamene timawafuna olimba mtima. Ma Bwana enankhaza heavy chupi.

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